Kane Brown will get back on the road with tour stops at every NBA stadium in the country.

Kane Brown's new tour doubles as a first in country music. The "Worship You" singer will make tour stops at all 29 professional basketball venues in America, making him the first to do so on a single tour. Overall, the Blessed & Free Tour features 35 dates, including a stop at the home of the Boston Celtics. The show at TD Garden is set for January 14, 2022. Chase Rice and Restless Road will open the show.

Tickets go on-sale April 16.

Kane was last in Maine back in March 2020. His WorldWide Beautiful Tour made a stop in Portland, which ended up being one of his final shows before COVID-19 shut down his tour.

If you're looking to catch some country shows, you'll have to travel south of the Maine border. Recently, Jake Owen announced a show at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion. The show is set for May 29. Tickets are on-sale now. The latest socially distanced, reduced-capacity, shows are with Old Dominion. The group will stop down for three shows, July 3,4,5. Tickets are on-sale April 16.

Last week, Eric Church announced a show at SNHU Arena in Manchester, December 3. Tickets go on-sale to his fan club ,The Church Choir, May 3. Ticket sales open to the general public on May 7.

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